For a fee: swimming pool, sauna, rental bikes, bowling alley.
free of charge: table tennis, table football, boccia court
The former residence of the first German Chancellor houses a memorial and an exhibition. It shows you Konrad Adenauer as a politician and statesman, but also the private Adenauer, for example as a father of a family, as a nature-loving rose lover, as an enthusiastic thriller reader or as a tireless inventor.https://www.adenauerhaus.de/
The Museumsmeile comprises five museums, making it one of the largest museum networks in Europe. Here the Research Museum Koenig, the Haus der Geschichte, the Kunstmuseum Bonn, the Bundeskunsthalle and the Deutsches Museum Bonn are all to be found. Once a year, Verbund invites visitors to a four-day museum mile festival with a varied programme.http://www.museumsmeilebonn.de/
The Willy Brandt Forum in Unkel commemorates the former German SPD politician, Chancellor and Nobel Peace Prize winner Willy Brandt, who lived in Unkel from 1979 until his death in 1992.
In addition to a permanent exhibition, temporary exhibitions and political discussions provide variety.
Below the Drachenfels lies Schloss Drachenburg. It is one of the most important palace buildings of the extended 19th century in Germany. After several years of restoration, the castle, the park and the outer castle now shine in new splendour and are waiting to be discovered by you.https://www.schloss-drachenburg.de/index.php/de/
Sit back and let the wind blow around your nose. From Bad Honnef, ships run according to the timetable to Cologne via Bonn and to St. Goarshausen via Linz and Koblenz.
If that's not enough, you can book one of the various theme trips such as the Spring Round Trip, the festive brunch at Easter or the fireworks tour to the annual event "Rhine in Flames".
Embark on a journey into the exciting underwater world. On an area of 2,000m², around 800,000 litres of water are home to around 6,000 animals in 30 elaborately designed pools. From mussels, starfish, seahorses, jellyfish and rays to sharks. Not only children's eyes can see a lot here.https://www.visitsealife.com/de/
Breathtaking acrobatic shows, jugglers, magicians and artists... an evening at the GOP-Theater will remain in your memory for a long time to come. Whether as a couple, with family or friends, whether with business partners, customers or employees. The GOP-Theater is always worth a visit.https://www.variete.de/spielorte/bonn/
In the Siebengebirge it's screaming: out into the green. If you want to top movement in the fresh air with stories, secrets, legends and anecdotes, simply book a guided hike. Unpack your hiking boots and off you go!https://siebengebirge.com
From the 1st weekend of May, the Rhine between Bonn and Linz will be "on fire" again on a regular basis. An elaborate fireworks display is a highlight both from the water and from the land and even gets the old-established Bonners from their sofa. Old fortresses, toll castles and romantic ruins are bathed in a colourful light.https://www.rhein-in-flammen.com/
Ludwig van Beethoven was born in Bonn in December 1770 and spent the first 22 years of his life here. He is still considered to be the most played classical composer in the world today.
Every year in September, during the Beethoven Festival, Bonn becomes a venue for international orchestras, ensembles and soloists.
The KUNST!RASEN is the open air area of Bonn. Located directly on the Rhine, every year in the summer months hip acts and well-known musicians from all over the world present themselves here.https://www.kunstrasen-bonn.de/
On the market square, the church square, in the pedestrian zone and in many surrounding streets life still rages in Bad Honnef in autumn. The Martini Market is a traditional autumn market and invites you to stroll through its colourful stalls and stalls. Wine, mulled wine and music are great to enjoy.http://lebensart-badhonnef.de/
Mrs. Maria Soledad-Sichert brings you closer to the sights and history of the region.https://bonntouren.de/
Our night watchman will take you into the more than 2,000 year old history of Bonn. Whether wars or plague, witch hunts or executions by the executioner. The night watchman has witnessed everything. Let yourself be carried away into the medieval world of the city of Bonn.http://www.stattreisen-bonn.de/nachtwaechter.htm
First of all: It's not getting boring here! As a participant of the espionage tour, you will search for lost secret documents and immerse yourself in the world of espionage.http://www.stattreisen-bonn.de/spionage.htm
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